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4-05-2011 @ 12:41AM
Actually, I think the Succubus could find a nice niche as a "debuff" pet, one designed around crippling enemies in both PvE and PvP rather than around dealing damage. Let her keep Seduction, replace her two whip attacks with an Interrupt (similar to the Rogue/Warrior/DK interrupt) and a debuff similar to Curse of Weakness. She'll be useful in both PvE and PvP with the extra CC, interrupting bosses/casters *coughmagescough* and helping the tank in PvE by weakening mobs attacking him, and helping the Warlock in PvP by weakening opponents trying to attack him. Hell, I'd even support removing her Invisibility (which is fairly useless, she's like a Rogue without an opener) and giving her some sort of channeled healing/damage reduction ability. It would work out like this:offensive minions: Felhunter, Impdefensive minions: Voidwalker, Succubusjack-of-all-trades Demonology-only minion: FelguardBoom, done. Each spec has their standard DPS minion, but in certain instances there will also be utility minions we can call on in emergencies.
4-06-2011 @ 12:41AM
I like the idea of the Succubus becoming a buff/healing pet. I've made a post about this on the official WoW Warlock forum. It may get completely ignored, but it might just put an idea or two into the head of some designer or programmer.http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/2353276458
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